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for being here, bob woodward. >> okay, thank you? >> pat buchanan and juan williams. what does it mean for the republican party? the return of the new black panther party at the polls. we will run through very disturbing examples of voter intimidation. and herman cain will >> sean: there is much anticipation about a period of re-evaluation for the g.o.p., with rising stars like florida senator marco rubio, encouraging the party to recognize the count re's demographic changes. the focus may start shifting over the next four years. here with advice for republicans going forward, a man who knows the party inside and out, former presidential candidate himself, patrick buchanan. and fox political analyst, i believe i owe him and beckel and a burch of people dinner. though i didn't bet -- not at all. i don't want to get in trouble -- >> hey, wait a minute! >> sean: i bet -- i pay my bets off. congratulations. patrick -- >> i can tell you, you are a gracious man. [chuckles] >> sean: listen, i am glad to you. patrick j. buchanan. you have talked for years and have been excoriate audio excoriat
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the most pro-immigrant candid since ronald reagan. the republican party's the anti-integration party. pat buchanan ran as the anti- democrat candidates. they have been saying this since the germans were sneaking in in the 1700's into pennsylvania. the new guys, i do not know about these new guys. they do not get it. then one generation later they are best friends. then get together and wine about the new guys. that is understandable. what is great about the united states is more immigration, high end, every person should be brought in here with a ph.d. farm workers and unskilled workers, most of our relatives came as on skilled workers, not ph.d.s. china gets old before it gets rich. china declined in population. they're not having kids. beijing not to immigration. do immigration.not >> harry reid led to talk about this. something like 50-55 house republicans that signed the pledge lost this election cycle. what do you see is your influence in this town going forward? >> harry reid is not like to talk about the tax issue. even the president keeps talking about revenues, not tax increases
, and within days, petraeus did. question, is there more to this affair than meets the eye? pat buchanan. >> i don't think there's a great deal more than what we already know, john. a lot of people are attacking the fbi for investigating those harassing e-mails running to the source but once the fbi did and they found out, a, that the cia director was having an illicit affair with this woman sending e-mails and that it was david petraeus, i think they had to follow up. they probably got the approval of mauler, the head of the fbi, to follow up. and when they did they're looking at documents that ms. broadwell has, and i think it really is a legitimate thing to follow up on for these reasons. petraeus, you had a potential scandal there that would blow him up and blow him out of his career, which it did. secondly, he's a potential target of blackmail if he's having an illicit afair. third, there's the potential that you're compromising security. fourth, with due regard to the general who has a magnificent sterling record, this was a juvenile act and an act of -- really that unrealism and follow
? or will it be a tie? 269 electrical votes, to 269 electoral votes. pat buchanan? >> the heart says romney/ryan, and head says too close to call, but i'm going to predict that romney/ryan will win all the 11 states of the old con fed racy, and barely win ohio and colorado, and he'll win with just over 270 electoral votes. >> obama biden will win with over 300 electoral votes, it will be a democratic senate, warren will win in massachusetts, and democrats will have 54 seats in the senate. >> i have to say i think this country really needs a change in leadership, given what's happened in the last four years, but i believe that owe -- obama will be reelected, it will be a close race, and ohio will make the difference, if romney carries ohio -- >> quickly -- >> close, i give obama the edge. i'm going to say 260. >> romney and ryan will win with 280 electoral votes. bye bye!
reagan, pat buchanan is is here. >> he is a great general, very well respected. this is very problematic, the timing of it and everything. you talked about him being blackmail material. if he was blackmail material, then he became plaque mail material from the day he went into the central intelligence agency -- >> greta: as a general. if you are harboring anything like that, through the whole period, it gets more serious after that. >> but the cia, we learned from katherine, did what the fbi usually does, a full field investigation of someone to make sure they don't have problems like that. how could any full field investigation of general petraeus in afghanistan miss this if it had happend? when did people find this out? what it sounds like is that general petraeus was blackmail material from the day he entered the cia, until the day he left it. the mayor had a good point. why did he suddenly leave now? did he become a security risk now? or was it bk because the scandal was going to break or because it was the benghazi that is coming up? here's general petraeus' problem, you have allude
, he was disappointed. c-span: you tell a story about a visit by pat buchanan -- a call from pat buchanan around the whole 1992 race. how close were they? >> guest: well, buchanan and nixon went way back. buchanan had been a speechwriter for president nixon in the white house. and whenever nixon needed red meat to throw to the conservatives, he always called on buchanan to write those speeches. nixon said to me that patrick buchanan is an intellectual genius and he respected buchanan's ideological purity and buchanan's unwillingness to compromise on his principles. but he disagreed with almost everything buchanan stood for once buchanan became a political candidate. nixon disagreed with his isolationist and his protectionist strains, much as he did with ross perot. and he disagreed with much of him on the social agenda as well. nixon was pro choice. in fact, he thought that the abortion issue was such a private issue that the government should not be involved in the debate at all. so even though he respected buchanan's unwillingness to compromise on his principles, he thought tha
in colorado. senior advisor and pat buchanan. weigh in. >> that is an excellent closing speech for the campaign. >> they have a look for the winner. >> he was out there in ohio and 30,000 people. i see energy and fire and enthusiasm and a sense that we can win this thing in the romney campaign. the key question is, can that overcome what is superior ground game the president has always had and can it over come the state polls that you see in real clear politics state by state where they show him slightly behind. i don't know exactly how i would bet if i had to put everything on it. what did romney have to do? if he is from florida and virginia where he is now takes ohio and new hampshire 270 electoral votes. he loses ohio and takes pennsylvania which is more of an uphill he has more than 270 votes. he has ohio, wisconsin you are safe he still won. i think he's very much in this game. i know a lot of my colleagues are saying he's got it won. i think he's on a winning course. i don't know if he has it won. >> the ground team which is where we are. that's the most important foregr
the candidates can do now to win. i'll ask former presidential candidate pat buchanan, right here and right now. >> tom: thanks for joining us. here at the top of the stack. polls are split. some say obama wins, others are picking romney. at this point you might think everybody has made up their mind but have they? are there really undecided voters at this late date? has hurricane sandy chaed the dynamics of the contest. joining me now is former candidate and author of a suicide of a superpower, our friend pat by cannon. how can anybody -- pat buchanan. >> how can anyone still wonder who is to vote for? >> i don't know how they can the folks that probably voted for barack obama before and gotten emotional attachment are saying to themselves, he hasn't done that good of a job and wondering mitt romney is the guy to replace him. it's down to very few folks. although in some states, swing states, 46-46 polls which tell me that a poll like that would ll me that mitt romney is in good shape because they made up their mind about the president which they know much better. >> tom: how about the conserv
. it talks about the history of politics and television and my old boss pat buchanan is in it. and marooney did the article. fantastic. if you get caught with it, you say i am reading for the articles. >> bob: is your picture in there? >> andrea: no. just an article. >> eric: do not give it to be beckel. >> bob: why? wow you would don't anything with it? >> andrea: okay. >> greg: make it back to your tree fort. >> bob: yes, i would. >> andrea: your office is
former senior advisor to president regan pat buchanan. >> an excellent closing speech for the campaign. he has and he may not have the numbers but he certainly has the look of a winner. you see there, greta. >> greta: i think he would rather have the numbers than the look. >> they may be there, too. he was throughout in ohio. had 30,000 people. i see real energy and fire and enthusiasm and a sense that we can win this inning in the romney campaign. the key question is and he s doing very well among independents. the key question is can that overcome what is the superior ground game the president has always had and can it overcome the state polls that you see in realclearpolitics state by state where they show him slidely behind. i think maybe he can but i don't know how exactly how i would bet if i had to put everything i had on it. but you what did romney have to do? north carolina, he picks up florida and virginia where he is is right now and takes ohio and new hampshire, 270 electoral votes. if he loses ohio and takes, pennsylvania, which is a little more uphill then he has 270 vote
voting for pat buchanan than lieberman. i mean, people ought to be able to vote -- forget the chads and all this other crap. voting ought to be simple. your thoughts? >> we went through this in 2000. i think it's a cautionary tale. that's why people have gone into court. and i think a lot of folks in florida are really angry about this and in a way it may backfire. they're determined to vote. but chris, you've done something important during this campaign. you've blown the whistle on the racial appeals. and this voter suppression is nothing but a new form of poll tax which taxes people's hour and hour and hour of their time in order to be able. to exercise their franchise. it's wrong and it ought to be illegal. in the meantime, people have to take it into their own hands, stand in those lines. the obama campaign has a great get out the vote operation. you also have all these lawyers who are ready to fight this battle in court if it has to be fought. >> let me go about closing times and open times tomorrow. scott, thank you for joining us tonight. i haven't met you before. right now
, that will be a very, very big mistake. because well pat buchanan was the most conservative candidate in recent memory. he never became president and he never won the support of most republicans. michele bachmann wouldn't have won last night. rick santorum wouldn't have won last night. here is where the problem comes in. the republics need a conservative with charisma. and it's got to be the kind of candidate who is smart enough to explain to these groups like women, latinos, young voters, and they have to stop this bible-based bashing of gay people. they have to bring these people in without, without seeing out their conservative principles. >> bill: that's of the hard part because young single women in order to get them in the tent many of them you have got to throw the abortion issue out the wind doe. that's a core fundamental belief you can't do. >> that's the problem. any time -- you are absolutely right. absolutely. abortion should be thrown out the window, not as an issue but, you could still be pro-life and say, hey, this is not one of the things i'm going to be talking about during the campai
to president reagan, pat buchanan joins us. rush limbaugh said this is different than watergate. >> as a basic issue, yes it is. watergate was about a bunch of guys, going over to the watergate offices to plug the phone of larry o'brian. criminal activity, yes. but petty compared to a terrorist attack that kill an american ambassador and two navy seals and a diplomat. people who were begging for security and begging for help out there for months. >> greta: i think the important point to make that is people just want facts. they want information. and that's what has been so profoundly difficult to get. there are not necessarily, you can't make any accusations because they can't get the facts. >> let's take a look at what the president said. susan rice, we sent her out there. she went on five television shows and she told a patently false story. the president said she based it on the best intelligence she had at the time. was that also the best intelligence the white house had at the time isn't reason that's an issue is because there was no protest. how can you have intelligence about a protest
mccain and lindsay graham, john bolton, pat buchanan, state department official, liz cheney and former secretary of state henry kissinger are all here. this is a special edition of on the record. >> four years later almost after the noble peace prize has been awarded where do we stand. in case you haven't heard, bin laden is dead but that is not a foreign policy. there is no coherent foreign policy when we need one. >> we hope something is going to change. >> one of the ramifications of obama presidency the defense is not going to grow. >> the coordinated preplanned against the consulate on september 11th is an outrage. >> it appears to many americans that this administration failed to adequately protect u.s. personnel. >> the president has been skipping his daily intelligence briefings. >> with respect to iran i want to see a diplomatic resolution to the problem. >> the president's iran policy lacks credibility. the question is whether or not is whether the defense budget is big enough to deal with the major crisis and potential challenges around the world. >> as far as the
mccain and pat buchanan will be here. make sure you go to gretawire.com. there is an open thread there. good night from washington, d.c.. nothing has changed. nothing has changed. >> eric: this is the fox news alert. breaking right now, new details of the ongoing and growing controversy surrounding general petraeus and now general allen. let's get the very latest from the national security correspondent. jennifer griffin who joins us from the pentagon. there are so many things coming out, breaking as we speak. give us two or three most important things you have seen and you have heard today. >> the most important thing is how the investigation is expanding. we went to bed, thinking the f.b.i. investigation ended and then we hear the f.b.i. was going back to broadwell's house, paula broadwell's house, petraeus' mistress in north carolina. we don't know what that is all about. then we hear shortly after that, that general john allen, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, who was here in washington preparing for his confirmation hearings for his next job at the supreme allied comma
county was the home of the so-called butterfly ballots in 2000 in which pat buchanan got an anomalistic tens es.thousands of boatvot a little dark cloud eight over all the county in presidential elections. they have a very strong supervisor of elections down there, but it is a big county. it has had problems with the printing of absentees. did they say they would have all taken care of by tuesday? >> they say they will, but it will be a late night. both sides are rallying for a huge turnout. the could be a big turnout of long lines tuesday. it is important -- an important place to watch. >> think you sir, for your time. you, sir, for your time. we want to turn our attention to the closing days before the election. we of been bringing you events all day. we will continue to do so. mitt romney making his third stop in pennsylvania coming up here in an hour or so. he is expected to arrive around 5:30 eastern time. there could be some delays. we will bring you live coverage of that event here on c-span. of the day before he goes on to newport news, virginia. let's begin with mike in kentuck
university and author of a biography of pat buchanan titled the crusader. tim, welcome. this piece is nelgts partisan nor mad to predict a romney victory. mitt still has the x factor. >> i think that's true. there are some people who say it's just impossible now because of obama's lead in ohio 37 but if you look at one or two new polls that have come out, which significantly have been taken by local media outlets rather than national one, they show romney and obama even in pennsylvania, romney one point ahead in michigan, romney one point ahead in minnesota. pennsylvania is very important, but so also are minnesota and michigan. we're finding ways of romney still losing ohio but still managing to win the presidency. >> is it feasible? >> everything has to happen for a first time. you know, romney struggled to win this nomination. it wasn't that easy. there are lots of rules there to be broken and what we're talking about is trying to find scenarios. we haven't seen a tight race since 2000. when it's this narrow, then i think it's not unreasonable to talk about different what ifs rather than
water. host: how about the future of your party? caller: it's finished. pat buchanan predicted this years ago. they are going the way of the wigs. democracy is destiny. we don't believe in [indiscernible] we don't believe in building a nation within a nation. the democratic party is a party of endless racial grievances and native americanism. why did barack obama not have to win over the polish people or the armenians? because they assimilated. the republican party does not have to apologize for being white. if people come from all over this country because of what the anglo-saxon and germanic people built. let's be honest. the idea that we have to get some trending minority like marco rubio to win people over is ridiculous. it is racial extortion. but hispanic groups have forgotten what woodrow wilson said in 1915 to newly arrived immigrants. "any man would thinks of himself as belonging to a particular national group in america has yet to become an american." the democratic party talks about a village of diversity. when they go home after their convention, all those white peo
will live on. >> mexican twinkies? never. pat buchanan was right. >> usa. usa. >> i tell you what, how do you not do a deal to save 18,000 workers? >> a lot of jobs. >> yeah. i don't know that that's good for the union. >>ss wheres -- where's the president? >> that's a good question. >> 18,000 people out of work. >> they should have worked to transform the company and the food it makes and it would have helped the workers keep their jobs. it's too bad and that's a part of it if you read the entire story. the health aspect of it. >> to take twinkie and turn it upside down, walk into it, obviously they've become the butt of jokes of everything unhealthy and come out -- >> doesn't a twinkie -- >> doesn't it down look like a twinkie right side up. >> a whole line of pure health stuff. >> fill the twinkie with broccoli. have it sticking out. >> people pay me millions of dollars for this. i'm giving to your audience for free. >> people are getting ripped off. >> "the los angeles times" the san francisco board of supervisors approved a ban on public nudity. >> first the twinkie and now this. >>
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